Former Kentucky Labor Cabinet Employee Awarded Settlement

A former employee with the Kentucky labor cabinet was awarded more than $150,000 after claiming she was fired while protesting alongside teachers earlier this year at the state capitol.

A Louisville attorney representing Charissa Cooke-Adams says the labor cabinet has agreed to pay out $158,200 to his client.

Cooke-Adams says she was fired from her job as a Workers Compensation Paralegal after she went to the statehouse in protest of teacher pensions.



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